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I-CHORA 5: Fifth International Conference on the History of Records and 
Archives

London, 1-3 July 2010

Registration is now open for I-CHORA 5, co- organized by The National 
Archives of England, Wales and the United Kingdom, Liverpool University 
Centre for Archive Studies and the Department of Information Studies at 
University College London. The I-CHORA series began in Toronto in 2003 and 
continued in Amsterdam, Boston and Perth; it has become the pre-eminent 
conference for the history of all aspects of recordkeeping principles and 
practice.  

I-CHORA5 will be held in London, with the theme 'Records, archives and 
technology: interdependence over time'.  Thirty speakers from throughout 
Europe, North America and Australia will address subjects ranging from the 
early recordkeeping technologies of Peru, through medieval recordkeeping in 
Venice and Tudor recordkeeping in England, to the nineteenth century British 
civil service and twentieth century Spain. Keynote papers will be given by Gary 
Urton (Harvard University), Barbara Craig (University of Toronto), and Paul Luff 
and Christian Heath (King’s College London).  

A special rate of £150 is available for delegates registering before 30th April, 
and covers all conference sessions, visits, and the conference dinner and 
reception. Day rates of £75 are available, with a concessionary day rate of 
£25 for students.  

The full conference programme and online registration form is available at 
http://www.liv.ac.uk/ichora5/  

Further enquiries should be addressed to the conference administrator 
Charlotte Harrison ([log in to unmask]). 

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Charlotte Harrison
School of History
University of Liverpool
Room 3.01, 9 Abercromby Square
Liverpool L69 7WZ

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